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11 Warning Signs Your Child Is Being Bullied

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Drastic Changes in Self-Esteem


All children have their highs and lows, but a dramatic change in your child's personality and self-esteem should raise some concern. A child who continually comes home sad, depressed, or teary-eyed could be facing some form of emotional or verbal harassment at school .

Children who experience bullying might also become clingy, develop a fear of certain people, express that they aren't "good enough," or become afraid to be alone.

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